Glamorgan Gazette - - Your Community - Meryl Wilkins

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Sun­day Ser­vices: All Saints Church Penyfai:

First Sun­day of the month – Morn­ing prayer and Holy Eucharist at 10.30am.

Sec­ond Sun­day of the month – Shared Benefice Eucharist, 11.30am.

Third Sun­day of the month – Said Holy Eucharist 8.30am, fol­lowed by Morn­ing Prayer, 10.30am

Fourth Sun­day of the month – Holy Eucharist, 10.30am.

Fifth Sun­day of the month – Benefice Eucharist at 11am, fol­lowed by lunch.

Call the Rev An­thony Beer on 01656 859 487.

Smyrna Chapel Ser­vices: A tra­di­tional Sun­day school ser­vice in Smyrna Chapel, Penyfai, al­ways starts at 10.30am and the even­ing ser­vices take place in Smyrna Chapel start­ing at 6pm.

There is a cof­fee morn­ing ev­ery Tues­day in the Smyrna Chapel vestry from 10am-12noon where stalls of pro­duce are also on of­fer.

Bi­ble stud­ies take place on Thurs­days at 7.15pm and are led by Mar­lyn James and Dorothy Evans.

New­com­ers to the vil­lage of Penyfai are al­ways wel­come.

Vil­lage Green: The Penyfai Vil­lage Green next to Prothero Av­enue ,the grass has al­ways been cut by Brid­gend County Bor­ough Coun­cil, this year the grass has been left to grow out of con­trol for weeks mak­ing this un­pleas­ant for the res­i­dents of Prothero Av­enue and Penyfai to see, the Penyfai Vil­lage Green looks more like The Jun­gle, I was the Brid­gend County Bor­ough Councillor for Penyfai for thir­teen years the grass was then cut reg­u­lar ,when the plans were put to Colonel Wil­liam Her­bert Cly­d­wyn llewellyn for houses a half moon piece of land was pro­vided for a Vil­lage Green Prothero Av­enue ,this was writ­ten down be­fore the Coun­cil Houses were built in Prothero av­enue,

There was no Val­leys to Coast in those days, the prop­erty sec­tion of Brid­gend County Bor­ough Coun­cil hold all doc­u­ments, a re­port will be given by me in the next meet­ing of the New­cas­tle Higher Com­mu­nity Coun­cil, for the Com­mu­nity Coun­cil to take this fur­ther and look into the mat­ter why the grass has not been cut on the Vil­lage Green Prothero Av­enue Penyfai , The New­cas­tle Higher Com­mu­nity Coun­cil have spent money on plant­ing daf­fodil bulbs and tulips that flower in the spring

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